Mirador Del Cerro

48 Alvarado Street, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, C4402AAB, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Not quite as nice as Mendoza

A travel blog entry by burke1961

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... to the various churches scattered around downtown. The two best are the Basilica set right on the square (with somewhat unusual colours of pink and vanilla) and the quite spectacular Iglesia San Francisco.

Cerro San Bernardo

Given my fear of heights, I have no idea why I thought it was a good idea to catch the cable car or teleferico up to Cerro San Bernardo. I was NOT happy, especially going up. But ...

A day in Salta

A travel blog entry by mel_chris

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... style. I tried taking a short cut and getting in a shorter line for my entrance stamp to Argentina, but was quickly denied and told to join the long line that was exclusive for bus passengers.

Our mood was lifted when Max smashed his 1 liter of beer all over the floor and right in the middle of where all the lines were converging. Silence fell and heads rolled as everyone in the room began whispering about who, how and what had happened. I had ...

Salta

A travel blog entry by graybeard

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... I can't really imagine storing a mummified body in my basement but maybe that's just me.) That experience led authorities to resist the pressure to leave the burial site intact and they brought all the artifacts and the children's bodies to Salta and establish the MMAM for their display.

I liked some of the different balconies on the buildings that surrounded the plaza and took some pictures of them. The buildings are nicely lit up at night.




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Las Salinas Grandes and more

A travel blog entry by kateweisberg

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... This concept is a bit hard to explain (if you are utterly confused at this point), so check out the pictures to get a better idea of this optical illusion.

The third and last day of our trip took us to Cachi. Cachi is a small city in Salta province and is a town that is surrounded by snow-covered mountains. The city is principally influenced by colonial, Spanish style architecture and is also home to the world’s highest ...

Living like cowboys

A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi

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... from the serious pain and discomfort Fi was experiencing, the 2 days were unbelievable. We had so much fun. The first day we walked to a little quacho farm at the base of the mountains where we would be camping for the night. The farm was run by this tiny quacho man who lived there with practically no walls, bathrooms or electricity, but many cats, dogs, goats, cows, horses, chooks and geese. After some delicious empanadas (Brett ate enough for the two of us) we ...

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